The new file does not reveal any details about a possible update of the MagSafe loader; instead, the repository only includes updated tests based on new equipment. In the equipment section of the folder, Apple lists four “New Phone” items while also listing A2176, A2172, A2341, and A2342, which are the iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max, respectively. , as “old” devices.
Earlier in the summer, Apple registered four new iPhone models in the EEC database, providing us with model IDs for upcoming iPhones. However, today’s new repository does not include a model number for “New Phone” items, making it difficult to link the repository to the EEC entry.
Among the features expected for the iPhone 13, Apple is expected to improve the strength of the MagSafe magnets on the back of new iPhones. Although the record does not confirm it, Apple may have had to retest the charger under FCC regulations on the new iPhones, given their more powerful MagSafe system than the 2020 lineup.
Apple is expected to host an all-digital event next week, Tuesday, September 14, in which it will announce the iPhone 13 as well as the Apple Watch Series 7. Apple could confirm the event as early as Tuesday.